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and read a contract and say wait, something is wrong. >> reporter: bart says they don't like how much it would cost the district. the provision would cost less than officials claim. >> claim. they are wondering what is next. >> they are losing faith. >> reporter: i checked with a representative. she tells me right now they are very disappointed in bart management and hoping this can be rectified. bart management will vote on the contract on thursday. scott rates, kron4news. >> reporter: a system is developing in the form of a few high clouds and evening. still the heart of this system is out over the pacific. it will take a while to get here. we will have clouds and trees with rain for tuesday and wednesday. rainfall amounts could be significant when this is all done especially for the north bay. temperatures bay side. look for low 40s and 30s into the north bay. we will have low clouds to start the day. really a fairly cloudy day. the clouds will thicken through the evening. i will tell you what you expect. >>> tomorrow there will be a test during the commute. ke8ykelly tells us it
, a black monday, the boom and bust twice during that period of time, so long story short, don't get caught up in the short-term. take it long-term, always, always have exposure to the market. it will take care of you over 30, 40-year timeframe. over three or four-year timeframe, maybe not so much. probably. >> what about buying individual stocks? what's your take on that, winner or loser for people like me, individual investors? >> i call it a looser. the market has so much information in it. you have a pea-sized brain compared to the overall market. i'm not insulting you because i think you're one of the smartest people i've ever met. >> thank you. >> but there's the risks that you don't know. there's the headline risks, the currency risks, inflation risks, just a bad day on the market could cause, you know, a massive sell-off of everything. your individual stock is ultimately a loser. so be cautious. i see too many people try to become financial analysts when they are, you know, ciscoe engineers. i see too many people thinking it's easy to pick stocks. if you're going to do it, go with s
that don't buy holiday gifts for anyone but if you do have to shop consider shopping right now. wal-mart has amazing deals anywhere between 20 to 50% off for the tvs and tablets. this is one of those stories where we have a shortened holiday season. we will hear about this for the next 60 days as we approach christmas. thinks giving comes up very late in november which police short-time to get to christmas. >> what have been honest is of the website of the affordable care act and now you hear the premiums are going up. >> yes. for the average independent contractor mail premiums have gone up about 40 +%. who benefits from obama care is old people who are like 50 or 60 independent contractors. that's where to reach for healthy white male is going from 250 to $400. a 40% increase and premiums. loved the health care but hate the affect on the economy elsewhere. >>mark: watching kellogg. the big cuts. what's going on there. >> kellogg is pop tarts, plain gold--sprinkled, lego. --pringles, leggo my eggo >> they are taking effect some cost efficiency. they are calling that project k. i li
is where many don't have a plate to eat or give. food banks are falling short on supplies. close to 800 turkeys. the food bank. >> reporter: these boxes were all full of turkeys. now they are empty. between monday and tuesday, 500 families lined up. >> phonationsknownations kept coming without a place. >> it is our hope that it is going to be really close. >> reporter: more need this holiday. >> the e essentials, food, water, come tomorrow the turkeys could not be enough. no family will be turned away. >> reporter: we have had overcast skies. this next system will push toward the bay area and keep them out of fries freezing rain. hayward is 51. 53 in daly city. more coming up in a bit. . >> how police say they got their suspected. >> some don't have to wait until after thanksgiving to get good deals. . >> police say officers have arrested this man who lured a female through the internet to have sex. a 25-year-old from walnut creek was going to meet in a parking lot a 14-year-old. he met police. he is in jail on a $105,000 bond. >>> it took 20 years, but a murder is solved. >>> i am da
wanted. don't try to take him on. his safety isn't worth the money. >> reporter: armed robberies in walnut creek are rare. the suspect is 5'9" wearing a dark sweat shirt, blue jeans, a baseball cap. >>> family members of the lax shooter tried to stop paul ciancia. they notified lapd. those officials visited the suspects home and missed him by 45 minutes. he opened fire at lax killing a tsa worker. witness accounts are emerging from that deadly day. >> we were up in security. we heard the gun shot. everybody in security hit the ground. a lot of folks were scrambling. there was a pause. i looked down the escalator and saw the gunmen. . >> ciancia was dropped off by a friend. that friend had no knowledge of his plan. he is an unemployed motorcycle mechanic now facing charges of murder and violating laws at an international airport. >>> a 4.5 magnitude earthquake was 6 miles deep. 165 miles off the coast near ferndale. >>> a man made threats on a jet blue flight. he was making concerning statements. the man's luggage determined everything was fine. no information on the sub. one pass
described to be in their 20s, they don't know the relationship at this time, whether it's family members or husband and wife. now, i've got a chance to talk to the lieutenant on the scene. here is what he had to say about the shooting. >> he said it was random and unusual for somebody to get shot on their front porch randomly. >> well let's say this. i mean it's very early in the morning, it's 4:00, these individuals obviously are celebrating thanksgiving a little early. they are out on their porch. based on the information that i have, it doesn't appear that the victims and the suspects knew each other. >> at this point there's not a lot of description on the suspects. they believe one person took off by car, another on foot. and that's the very latest, on the scene and i'll have updates throughout the morning. for now reporting from san jose, will tran, kron4 news. >>> san jose state university taking some heat for the way its been dealing with the alleged forment of a black student earlier this month, but an in depth study shows students of color have actually dealt with similar incid
you don't want to agree to? >> i learned about it about the same time you did. today. >> what are you anticipating tomorrow? >> tomorrow's meeting will be to discuss the overall package as a whole. it is a closed session matter, so much of what is discussed will not be public information. >> do you have a head count as to how your board members are voting at this point? >> i have not. but what i can say in simple terms is i don't believe that the general manager would put the public through hassle only to have the board vote no. i believe she agreed to whatever contract was agreed to based on confidence of it being able to move forward. >> and -- so i have a copy of the language. the signature on there is by thomas hawk. is this something -- have you contacted him? are they reaching out to him? >> i'm not familiar of that. tomahawk's -- tom hawk's signature is there because he's in the district of the space. those legal details i am not versed on. i can only speak to. >> who caught the mistake? >> i also don't know that. it was management identified. who in management -- i only recent
. >>> we just dons have the don't have the resources to pay for 6 weeks. >> bart back at the table but is the third time a charm? >> charm? >>> two men accused of killing an oakland 8-year-old face the judge. . >> the two men accused in a deadly shooting of an 8-year- old have pled not guilty. carol is his accomplice. they were out for revenge targeting an apartment where they thought they would find a man responsible for an earlier murder. the hearing is set for january. still to come the latest in the bart contract saga. could bart workers go back out on the picket line? >>> a cute kid and sleeping buddy. >>> inside edition tonight with debra norville. a woman lefting lifting weights while pregnant gave birth. . >> a storm is brewing at bart. bart board members are poised to vote down the contract thursday. kron4's dan kerman spoke with both sides. >> reporter: ending a second strike they thought the chaos was over for 4 years. now it may not be the case. >> i have to do what is responsible for the riders and that is rejecting this contract. >> reporter: he will vote against the
hear of people in need so this -- with that amount, the people that we don't know, i'm sure there are a lot of people in need. >> reporter: this runs from now until noon at cherry and thornton. and they are expecting all of the meals to go this morning. and they will not turn anyone away they are trying to cater to fortunate. if you come here assuming there are meals to give away, you will get a meal. a few people in line are thankful for this holiday season. and the community here. and the non-profit hopes to turn this into an annual event. marty. >> a quick question, are the people told you how this year compares to the past years. this is the second time they did it. they were not able to do it last year. but they gave out 400 meals. that was with no promotion. they have 700 meals. there is a lot of need, people are struggling. >>> and more people are staying close to home. 5million will travel 50 miles or more over the four day weekend. and that's a decrease compared to last year. it pertains to people flying or climbing. those traveling by boat or train is up. and tho
you are not suppose to have your bike in the crosswalk. >> i don't follow. >> you don't follow. >> you don't follow the rules you mean. >>> the next edition of people behaving badly. >>reporter: we are dropping in the 40s. it will be chilly tonight but a pretdty pretdty -- pretty nice weekend in store. i'll have changing coming next i'll have changing coming next week at 8:45 i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> well that deadly typhoon is moving on but it has left a trail of destruction in the philippines. on the phone tonight is christy. can you hear us? >> yes. it's been sweeping through. i
in them, or steroid derivatives in them, and people don't know it. >> but steve knows it. he told us he's well-aware that sometimes the government yanks products off store shelves when steroids are discovered inside, and he's not surprised. >> overall, i'm gonna say, "not really," because people are gonna put whatever they want to put in a product. >> steve could be playing with fire. while he says he researches each product before using it, there's no guarantee what you read is always accurate. the bottom line is, you could be putting your health on the line. steroids are not only illegal, they can cause all kinds of problems, from unwanted hair to kidney failure. if you notice changes in your body after taking supplements, that could be a reason to worry. there may be more than protein in that shake. the taylor hooton foundation wants kids to grow and be strong naturally. the message -- if you choose the right foods, you won't need any supplements. >> if you think that careers in science and math are just for guys, my report should change your mind. >> for centuries, many believed tha
everybody agree on it. >> reporter: now the bart board said they don't like how much money the pro vision would cost the district. union officials slamming bart officials saying it costs less than they claim. all of this has bart riders confused and frustrated and what's next. >> hundreds of people rely on the system everyday. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with a spokesperson whoa said that union is very disappointed. they remain optimistic and hope something can be worked out. they will vote on thursday. what's next? could be back to the drawing board. >>> the brand new 4th board, caulda cot tunnel gets its test monday morning. maw reason kelly speaks to a transportation official that says the new lanes could cost delays in the morning. >> reporter: you're going to be in for a rude awakening monday morning. these 2 new lanes are expect today help lighten traffic but only for people driving in the reverse commute direction. now both directions of highway 24 will have 2 dedicated fours all the time. heidi morrison said it may actually slow things down for those traveling west bound
for two hours in a movie theater. i'm not saying i don't like the news story but don't like gravity, erica. >>> that's probably the one hundredth time i have heard that and the sandra bullock going around. and as we take a live look from the roof camera, the sun trying to come out. you can see it is brighter out there as you head out the door this morning. a lot of folks have the day off for veteran's day. temperatures really not too bad. in the upper 40s, low 50s. san francisco very mild at 54 degrees. but take a look at your visibility chart, down to zero miles for napa and six miles of visibility in oakland. right now we are seeing 8 miles of visibility around sfo and tracking some flight delays averaging one hour on arriving flights. higher clouds and sunshine and it looks like temperatures just a touch cooler than what we experienced yesterday. to break town the numbers. 66 for pato alto and fremont 66 and low 70s for the alden valley in the east bay, low 70s in walnut creek and danville, 66 is the high in castro valley. we will have temperatures in the low 60s for san bruno and downt
to wear on the way home. i don't think that changing anything about the way sash is a will express himself. >> everything is great, we hope something will come out of this, you know, that this kind of intolerance, people will realize that wearing unusual clothing but you cannot attack him. >> the teen attacker a 16 year old student is charged as an assault. we'll keep you updated on the trial. >>> and the san jose is taking heat with the format of a student this month. but a study shows students of color have dealt with similar incidents from other students and professors for years. we have the report. >> reporter: it took six years of interviewing to complete this report about racism on the san jose campus. now what is inside are comments from students and faculty with their experiences about how the school can dress the issues. >> having the zero tolerance that represents an attack on the group or sexuality things like that, this bigger than a black issue. >> reporter: word that a black student was being terrorized and reporting it sparked protests on campus. >> they wrote the o word and
. >> he is a very good kid. i don't know. >> reporter: despite the family's protest. he is charged with a hate crime, aggravated mayhem resulting in great bodily injury. the family has been given extra time to hire an attorney. alameda county court. >>> the amber alert out of sunnyvale with the 2 week old baby ended. the child was reunited with the mother. do we know when she will be home? >> reporter: the mother could show up anytime. we have been standing outside of her apartment for hours hours. the two are back together. mother of 2 week old is reunited with her baby. he was under the care of child protective services in arizona after the father got into an argument with her tuesday and drove off with the boy triggering an amber alert. he is held in the arizona jail 5 following his arrest by mexican authorities by a port of entry crossing. the adduction was after a dispute. he wanted to move out of state, possibly the east coast and she wanted to stay put. they want him extradicted back to the bay area. >> reporter: his hearing is set for tomorrow. kron4news. >>> workersers hon
in our school district get full medical benefits. we don't. >> reporter: union members say that is just one of the reasons that teachers are jumping ship to go to other districts in the bay area. >> we've become uncompetitive or less competitive than surrounding districts, which means we get new teachers that start in our district. and then after a couple of years, they move on to san ramon or martinez. they will move to where they get better pay and medical benefits. so that has a very destabilizing effect on the district. >> six years, no raise. >> six years, no raise. >> $30 million reserve. >> reporter: the union says the district has plenty of money so it shouldn't be a problem to give the teachers what they're asking for. if that doesn't happen, a strike could happen as soon as this spring. i'm jeff bush in concord, kron 4 news. >> still to come tonight, the bay area comes together to honor and reflect on those affected by the ravaged philippines. and the east bay gets rocked by a series of earthquakes. find out where it's all happening. >> the fire that burned g;g&h2ñ around yos
around. we don't know exactly what has happened and the nature of this incident was unclear but this is terminal 4 at los angelesinternational airport and we are just seeing that a person with los angeles police i'm just being handed this report says initial reports indicate there were shots fired inside terminal 4 but now, it seems no shots have been fired and that there was just a lot of noise and chaos, so as you can see, this is from los angeles police. they aren't exactly sure what's going on. there were reports of shots fired inside terminal 4 at about 7:30 this evening, just more than a half hour ago but again right now, it seems that no shots were fired and that something created a loud noise and chaos. certainly, an incident at los angeles international airport and tensions run high when you hear lax. it was exactly three weeks ago that a tsa agent was shot and killed at lax, friday, november 1 and before that, you may remember some incidents with dry ice explosive devises that went off in trash cans at lax, but again a very scary situation for passengers and certai
sign up to be organ donors, but lauren learned that many don't, and that gave her a new mission in life. she helped persuade her state legislature to pass a new law. it changed the driver's license form. >> in the past, that section on that form was optional. now when people are going to get their license or renew their license, they will have to answer the question, do they want to become an organ donor? they can either check "yes," or they can check "skip this question." >> by being required to check either "yes" or "skip," people can't just ignore the question like they could before. it's believed that extra moment of consideration might be enough to make more people willing to become organ donors. oh, and, by the way, the name of the legislation? lauren's law. >> wow. that was, like, incredible, to actually have a law named after me, and that could ultimately make a difference in organ donation and hopefully increase the numbers of enrolled donors. it was just a great experience. >> ♪ oh, say, can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light >> lauren shares her story as often as she can
to get their mission. i don't think we're looking at eliminating worker jobs at all. what we're looking at is modern needs modern -- modernizing. silicon valley is so close but so far away. >> reporter: they still need to vote on the tentative agreement and that will take place the week after next. the third smaller union also needs to vote on their contract offer which they are reviewing over the next several weeks. >>> the owners of a senior living facility in the east bay could still face charges of elder abuse. we get a first-hand account of what it was like to work at valley springs manner in castro valley. >> reporter: she set goals when she started working there. >> i wanted to make my baby heavy a wonderful birthday and christmas and i'm struggling. >> reporter: she worked for a little while when it closed. >> we're not licensed for that stuff but they went maybe three or four days without giving medicine. >> reporter: she said managers didn't seem to care there wasn't enough food to feed the clients. without much support, there was a lot of work to be done. >> family member
. caught on cell phone video taken by another student. we bleeped the name out of privacy. >> i heard i don't want you sitting next to me. the girl said that to them. then the other girl kept saying get out of here. i don't want you sitting next to me. she didn't give a good reason. she just said i don't want you sitting here. it got more serious and then the teacher came. mr. harris stopped them and the girl was sent out. yesterday i hear about the fight. >> reporter: why the girls picked on the transgender student. >> she didn't like the way they are. >> reporter: the student started the fight as a result of mounting frustration of being bullied. it was 3 girls on 1. >> i hope for the best. >> reporter: the students are sophomores and could face disciplinary action. they are looking into whether or not a hate crime was committed. >>> this little boy doesn't even know it, but he who is battling leukemia is going to get his wish coming drew. he will be bat kid tomorrow. what will he be doing to save san francisco and how the city will transform into gotham. >> reporter: extra extra, bat kid
and the employees going forward if you don't ratify it, you ain't seen nothing yet. >> reporter: they discovered they signed off on it but allowed 6 weeks of paid family medical leave. the district says they can't afford it. >> ifnone of you read it? >>? it is your responsibility. you are the stewards of the public pressure. any language that is inserted, deleted or highlighted or underlined, you didn't read it. >> reporter: the bart board did the next best thing, removed the paid family medical leave provision and approved the contract. >> it is afford able and sustainable. >> taking the responsibility of the contract or to vote it down and take the coward way out. >> any idea they have ignore the parts they don't like and keep the parts they do like is not legal. it is not part of the collective bargaining system, and we can't allow it to stand. >> reporter: it will send workers back out on troche. they strike. they are keeping their options open. dan kerman, oakland, kron4news. >>> a palo alto man detained in north korea. >>> up next a south bay charity robbed 4 times in 10 days. details nex
acknowledged they are holding new man. experts say that might indicate they don't know what to do with him. newman had been with a tour group out of china a. he did have all the paperwork. he lives at palo alto at an assisted living complex. residents are very concerned about what's happening with their friend and neighbor. >> reporter: he lives here at the channing house in palo alto. many here at retirement facility did not want to talk about the vet, one person didn't want to speak about the person he is. but he is very much missed right now. >> wonderful guy. i haven't seen him because he's been at channing house. he's always concerned for other people, very active in church work, did a lot with youth, and that's what i can tell you. >> another person who was visiting channing house was certainly being talked about. >> they talked about it a little bit unfortunately just been i got there the residents -- whatever. it's to know concerned about, that's for sure. >> police are investigating a string of seven armed robberies last night in vallejo. officers believe they are all connected. h
with a weapon. don't try to take him on. his safety is not worth the money in the till. he absolutely did the right thing. >> police say armed robberies in walnut creek are rare. in this case, doesn't appear to be linked to any other. suspect is described as 5'9", with a medium build. last seen wearing dark sweatshirt, gray baseball hat and sunglasses. in walnut creek, kron4 news. >>> traffic accident stalled traffic. a man got out of his car. while in the span, ran into traffic a little after 10:00 a.m. was hit by a minivan. traffic was blocked for more than half an hour. the residual effect was felt for several hours. the man was transported to san francisco general hospital. >>> the biggest gun show wrapped up in the cal palace, despite a recent attempt from keeping it from taking place. ron kelly explains. >>> people walked away from the crossroads at the cal pal loss with firearms an munition and even mash et each happy they are able to do so. >> we as gun owners don't want our guns chiseled. >> one person not happy, state senator ron leno, who passed bill, to allow gun shows to take
visibility. rain chance is at zero so you don't need your umbrella. san jose right now 47 out at the door and for those of you in concord, we are still holding on at upper 30s. it is a cold start for places like santa rosa and napa. high clouds moving into the bay area. ancipitation has been over the water. in the afternoon, expect scattered clouds and partly sunny condition and looks like temperatures up mainly in the 60s. hayward, we'll cee lo 60s for downtown san francisco and 66 and that seems to be the common number for redwood city and sunnyvale. >>> in san jose there is been a violent thanksgiving at 4:00 this morning after getting reports of multiple shots being fired. kron four is at the scene. >> reporter: police officers say a man and a woman were sitting at the front porch at 7:00 in the morning where multiple shots were fired. we got a chance to talk to the lieutenant with the seasons police department, he says right now, they're searching for two people and the motive is not known but they don't believe this was an intended target. >> the suspect approached in the vehicle an
on thanksgiving. >> the people who don't shop on black friday shopping boutiques. >> reporter: down the street come the store is stocking up on christmas items. while the bigger competition might be open the owner says she would never make her employees work on thanksgiving. >> taking them away from their families would go against all of my á8w$values as a business own >> reporter: some owners tell me they are looking forward to small-business saturday. a day when they can offer some discounts. in san francisco i him justine waldman, "kron4". >>> the white house says a healthcare website issue is keeping small businesses from enrolling. it is another delay, days ahead of a deadline to fix the software. >> reporter: with just top five days to go before the deadline another delay. the obama administration says that the healthcare site will not be able to enroll small businesses for another year. >> will be website be functional during november? >> we will institute the shop component at nñthe end of november. >> reporter: republicans are quick to pounce on this problem. once again the presiden
of being bullied at school, and it's very -- you feel empty and sad, and it's just... you don't want to be living. it's a terrible feeling. >> it feels like you don't have a place anywhere. >> it's just really sad and, like -- and not happy. >> no doubt we've all felt sad at various times in our lives, but when does feeling sad mean something far more serious? dr. dana rabinowitz is a psychologist who treats kids with depression. hello, doctor. >> hi. >> so that we're all on the same page, what does "depression" mean? >> "depression" is one of those words that people use in everyday conversation to mean they feel really sad, but real depression is when you have a loss of interest in the things that you want, and you're sad for two weeks or longer. >> how can we tell the difference between just feeling blue and real depression? >> when you're really depressed, the level of depression is really intense. you feel so sad you can't find any interest in the activities you really enjoy. you might not be interested in school or your friends or your family anymore, and there are all these phy
. deputies did nothing about it. >>"we'll take care of it." >>i don't they didn't take it seriously. >> reporter:the attorney for spalding's two children does not believe authorites did much to try and find her. >>more and more troubling. asian african american woman dont seem to know who their patient was >> reporter: to make sure a tragedy like this never happens. daily patrol and a protocol for when alarms go off with adding this test. kron 4 received this statement from san francisco general hospital officials. the hospital says, this was their first opportunity to learn details of the sheriff's investigation. >> reporter:the director of health said. quote - "it must be difficult for lynne spaulding's family and friends to hear of today's news. we owe it to them, and to all of our current and future pateints, to strengthen our security services." >> pam: crisp aldon family is extremely dissatisfied with the sheriff's department. looking for a peace of mind. lynn spauding's family >> is certainly does not answer the question how a one ankle late on a stairwell for 17 days on disc
, words don't mean much. silent prayer seems to say it all. >> today president barack obama announced the u.s. is providing significant humanitarian assistance and will further give relief and recovery efforts. hee praised the philippine people for their incredible resell yen sy. barbara lee is also pledging support. she said in part my now, thes and prayers are with all those affected in the philippines by the typhoon haiyan and for nose who have family and loved ones in the philippines. >> >> bay area residents showing a big out pouring of support for those who lost everything. they helped a relief drive where people dropped off items like cereal, dried noodling, shampoo and toothbrushes. they filled 47 boxes and collected $1,500 and that will be given to the red cross there. many who gave have friends and family in a fected area. >> everybody has been affected one way or another and it is really heavy on the heart but want to send our best out to them. >> the local shipping company volunteered to take the boxes. it will take abut a month for those supplies to reach the area. they s
in a school, that we don't want to see anymore of them killed just for being somewhere and looking the way they are and that is somebody thinks it is okay to kill them because of that reason. >> this little boy shot nine times by a weapon specialist because he was carrying a toy. it is fairly -- it is very transparent what happened in his case and it is important for us to stand up and make a lot of noise. >> the entire system that goes on, especially in the wake of the george zimmerman verdict. we understand that this is a problem that is happening nationally so there needs to be a moment behind it. >> why is it that this message and being taken by so many people. the case of andy lopez happens on a daily basis in so many of our communities and you don't hear about it. it is time to treat the officers the way you would treat any violent citizen. >> reporting in san francisco kron4. >> it spanned from sacramento, santa rossa and oakland with dozens of protests reported there. lopez's parents have filed a federal lawsuit. deputy gilhouse of reckless behavior that culminated in the shooting
registration card with you. don't leave them in the glove compartment and carry your garage opener. thieves will steal your personal information and your garage door opener to try to steal from your home. it doesn't hurt to invest in a good alarm system. >>> ac transit is trying to make the commute more comfortable. 16 new state-of-the-art buses, they are equipped with wi-fi and high backseats and a lot more comfortable than the old ones, they travel between berkeley and san francisco and the first of 54 new buses that az transit plans to roll out. >>> a new law giving transgender students rights have been challenged. they can play on boys or girls sports teams and the goal is to reduce discrimination, but opponents say that the privacy of the students are being violated. it goes for privacy for all students. they have collected enough signatures for an initiative to repeal the laws. >>> coming up, a kidnapper is killed by a heroic man that was looked for his abducted cousin. it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet. walter likes to download fix-it videos... and watch "boardwalk e
, and the challenges he faces trying to fit in with the other kids. >> ♪ i'm the new kid ♪ like, i don't even have a name ♪ ♪ but i think i know this game's first rule ♪ ♪ they say, "hey you, kid" ♪ and even though i'm shy, i just look up and say "hi" real cool ♪ >> well, there are these four groups, and everyone is supposed to belong to one of them. and there's the brainiacs who wear blue, and they are, like, the smart girls in the school. and there's the mods who wear yellow, and they're the popular and the mean girls. and the geeks wear purple, and they're, obviously, the geeky boys. and the gangstas are two boys and one girl, and they push everyone around and they have to wear red. >> ♪ this here's shawn, and she's my main man ♪ ♪ you mess with her, you'll be in pain, man ♪ >> and i'm samantha, and i wear black because i got kicked out of being in any of the groups. >> all: ♪ popular ♪ you're not popular ♪ ooh, what you wouldn't trade if you want to absolutely have it made and be popular ♪ ♪ oh, so popular ♪ it's the greatest feeling in the world ♪ >> random f
starting out at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. watch the high clouds come in through the north and west. they don't have rain, just blocking out the sunshine a little bit. a couple bands of high clouds. as this system goes by we'll get strong winds coming in out of the north for saturday night and into sunday. these winds could be between 30 and 40 mph, perhaps gusts as strong as 50. we'll have to watch this. there's a chance for perhaps more downed trees and power lines like last weekend. temperatures tomorrow will be down. low 70s for the south bay. 60s by the bay. 66 for castro valley. low venting, north bay. 50 and low 60s at the ocean. sunday looks sunny but it will be windy through the day, another windy day for monday and the winds subside, a bit warmer for tuesday and wednesday, and possibly rain by friday. >>> in sports, the linchpin, and what does a squirrel have in common with the nfl rookie of the week. the week. we'll find that [ male announcer ] the founder of mercedes-benz once wrote something on a sheet of paper ♪ the challenge always accepted. and the calling forever answered.
the driver. chief suhr says green is dangerous so if you see him, don't approach him. call authorities instead. they believe he lives on the peninsula and may be driving a 2001 mercedes benz. the high school coach of one of the victims says this tragedy is beyond senseless. monique walton was melquisha's high school basketball coach at tennyson high and was melquisha's teacher, mentor, and friend. she says that melquisha was an outstanding player who mentored the younger students in her school she was an honor student at tennyson. she was a three year varsity basketball player. her work ethic was very strong. she was a mentor to a lot of the other kids. she aspired to become a lawyer one day and wanted to work with students, young people that were struggling with school and things like that and just wanted to be an advocate for them and let them know where there is a will there is a way. monique says that melquisha made the world a better place while she was here. walnut creek is moving forward with a plan to double parking meter fees downtown. and change enforcement hours. the city cu
the game ended. >> i don't know if she was making a scene, but a fan noticed her. >> reporter: they were trying to talk her out of jumping when a man tried to catch her falling 45 feet. >> he very heroically tried to save her. >> we need information from people involved. security is our number one priority at the coliseum, and we will follow up with the individuals. their safety is their number one concern. >> reporter: both the good samaritan and woman were taken to the hospital. she is in critical condition. the good samaritan is expected to be okay. scott rates, kron4news. >> the most recent incident was at buffalo bills stadium when a man slid down a rail. a 49ers fan died on a walkway. july of 2011 a texas rangers fan reached for a baseball and fell 21 feet hitting the concrete. >>> videos like you see behind me are in areas throughout the country. one bay air man believes the crime trend has spread here. >> you can see it has gone down a lot. >> reporter: he is pointing out the contusion on his head where he was punched by a random stranger on the bus. >> next thing i know is wham
. >> yes, we can pass laws, but laws that don't effectively do anything are not laws i really want to pass. >> reporter: these new park hours will go into effect sometime next month. >>> voters found themselves a little lonely today. turnout on many measures was fairly low. officials expected about a 35% turnout today, more than the 23% from 4 years ago, but less than the 42% who voted in the 2011 san francisco mayor's race. but two measures were on the minds of bay area voters. in san francisco, propositions b and c to allow construction of the eight washington condominium project. you are looking at final numbers from the poll. voters have rejected it 62 to 38%. and they're objecting c. they are using the defor the to have the city revisit plans for the new warriors' arena along the waterfront. the final numbers will be posted later this week. the controversial measure c getting approve, requiring gun owners to report gun theft, lock up guns at home and get rid of magazines holding more than 10 rounds and gun dealers would have to keep logs of ammunition sales. tonight with all 54 repor
again or see him again. i was really scared. at this time, i'm not sure. i don't really have to think what was really going on. i'm really only worried about my son and thinking about him. i'm pretty sure he knows what he did and the actions that he took and that is -- there are going to be consequences to that. >> reporter: little henry will be spending the night in a mexican hospital and will be returned to the u.s. tomorrow, hopefully back in his mother's arms tomorrow night. >> new and disturbing information about the search for lynn spalding, the female patient whose body was found in a stairwell at san francisco general hospital. they admit that they made mistakes during the search for spalding. christine has details. >> the gravity of the situation is not lost on any of us. >> reporter: the sheriff went through the list of things that went wrong during the search for missing is a san francisco general patient lynn spalding. deputies got a report that a patient had wandered off. >> the physician said i came into the room to discharge her and she was already gone. the physician a
that i would be able to find him again. i was really scared street at this time i'm not sure. i don't really have a lot to think of what was going on for its i'm only really worried about my son and thinking about him and i'm pretty sure that he knows what he did in the actions that he took and there will be consequences to that. >>darya: that's the mother speaking through a translator in mexico should be turning over the father to u.s. border sometime today. >>james: a hearing will be held today in response to the deaths of two bart track inspectors they were struck by a train last month. this is video of the scene. assembly man roger hernandez says the purpose of the hearing is to try to get to the bottom of the fatal accident. after the two workers were killed, barred permanently drop the controversial safety protocol known as " simple approval. " the new rules will allow me and its workers to walk on the tracks while trains are running. but the difference now is that bart trains will have to slow down, stop or be diverted when workers are in the area. the national transportation
is still going on. we don't want people to forget there are people there being killed there everyday. >> reporter: back in 2006 they started honoring those and to protest the wars. now it is at 7,000. some want it to be a symbol of the cost of war. >> it is our job of citizens to make sure the professional soldier is called on for the right reasons and as the absolute last option. >> reporter: those who died were honored as well as those with physical or psychological injury. >> many have lost their lives by their own hand when they have come back from combat. >> reporter: they want to help with the services they need. many attending have been here since the crosses went up in 2006. it is an annual event for them on veteran's day and memorial day. >> reporter: it was cloudy and cooler today. we hit 70 in livermore, but that was it. 50s at the immediate coastline. even the chance of rain. we have the reason north of us. it is breaking apart and fizzling out south of us. it will sweep through the overnight hours. the best chance of rain coming up in a bit. >>> still to come, how a bay
communications, destruction is emerging in tacloban which experienced a 16-foot storm surge. >> i don't know anyone that hasn't lost a relative close to them. >> reporter: it is possible that as many as 10,000 people wer killed. survivors search for relatives. >> i got separated when the water started rising. >> i am heart broken. >> reporter: their only functioning hospital doesn't have room for more patients. others are streaming to the airport hoping for a flight or food. >> get international help to come here now. not tomorrow, now. this is really really bad, bad. worse than hell. >> reporter: the president said they will buildtemporary shelters. haiyan is expected to bring heavy brain to vietnam. >> a thousand people here are from the philippines. many are turning to prayer. >> reporter: there are only a few empty seats. they are full of thought and prayers. >> everybody is trying to send messages over facebook to pray hard. >> reporter: like many the congregation is filipino and have family and friends there. >> we can't really get through yet. >> i am nervous. i hope everything will
is responsible for opening fire on the victims after a fender- bender. >> i don't think he has to do any more than we believe he has done to demonstrate what he's capable of. >> reporter: the police chief says on sunday morning the victims were leave noting -- leaving a nightclub when they bumped into at car. then a woman in a red dress got out and started yelling at them. that's when one of the victims, the passenger, got out of the car to calm the woman down. then police say that green walked up with a gun and started shooting. critically injuring the driver and killing warren. >> there is no homicide that's not a tragic homicide. there's no homicide that doesn't occur with some degree of brutal. but this is a brutal homicide and this is an especially dangerous person and we need to get him into custody. >> reporter: police are looking for that woman in the red dress. and the chief tells me that green lives on the peninsula and may be driving a 2001 mercedes. again, if you see him, call 911. >> we continue our coverage now. jeff bush spoke to the coach of one of the victims tonight who say
it's putting a lot of pressure on him. i don't think that's good for anybody. >> reporter: finally there have been calls from groups such as the naacp for the government to open an investigation into the case. the district attorney's office said they have received a call from the fbi but declined to say what was discussed during the call or whether or not a federal investigation was forth coming. in the south bay, charles clifford, kron 4 news. >> representatives of bart say they will consider legal action after the bart board approved everything in the new contract deal except for one provision, the family leave act. in a news conference today, union leaders said the board's actions were, quote, unprecedented and illegitimate. now the unions say they are exploring all options. >> this is something that has never happened before. so this is a brand-new territory for all of us. so we don't have a play book on it. we have to evaluate, do research and proceed from there. >> the bart board claims that the family medical leave clause was inadvertently included into the proposed contract
it is. we don't know. we have to evaluate all options. >> reporter: the rejected agreement was what ended a long bitter dispute between the unions and management which included a couple of strikes as for the possibility of a third strike and walkout if the current deal cannot be salvaged, many speculate it's a real possibility. meantime, bart trains are rolling once again after a computer problem forced bart to stop service in the early morning hours. the problem that put the brakes on bart service and how it left scores of commuters stranded >> good news for commuters, bart trains are back up and running after computer technicians managed to fix the computer glitch and bart slowly resumed services. bart said the problems all started after midnight when a computer system in central control stopped communicating with track switches so they had to crank the switches manually. a team worked to solve the problem, but for many commuters. the damage is done. many people were late to work this morning and vented to me while trying to find other options. >> i under stand it may be out of th
and then getting behind the wheel, especially patrons who don't feel drunk but are above the blood alcohol level to drive. >> we see accidents results from buzzed drivers. >> reporter: check points will be set up across the holidays. the san francisco police department is one of many law enforcement agencies in a period of maximum enforcement from now to new year's day. that means that officers are on the roads looking for intoxicated drivers from alcohol or prescription drugs. >> so many different alternatives. you can designate a sober driver to drive. you have muni and bart and taxi services. sergeant newman says to keep your distance from and report any drunk drivers immediately. just keep an eye out for signs of impairment. >> not only is it an infraction to drive with your lights off, it's reason for us to pull you over. but a sign that maybe you're not fully aware of your surroundings based on some type of impairment. >> reporter: across the nation, more than 700 people died in dui related crashes last year. even if you plan on having one drink, police say stay off the road. but enjoy you
and they will have patrol vehicles if people don't want to walk to their cars. >> i look down and my skirt is on fire, and i freak out. >>> thankful to be home, sasha fleischman, who is gender neutral speaks for the first time. he is brave but his resolve is more admire able. >> it was pretty scary. >> reporter: there are 2nd and 3rd degree burns from the november attack. after 3 surgeries it hurts to walk. sasha will have to wear compression leggings. a banner with get well messages covers the walls of their home. >> my parents would visit and bring a stack of cards this high. most of them were from total strangers. it was neat knowing there are people who care about you. >> reporter: the teen's confidence has not suffered. >> i will keep wearing a skirt. it is not something i will give up. >> reporter: they are trying to get back to normal and establishing a routine, which includes changing bandages. the 16-year-old told them he set sasha on fire because he was homophobic. >> it was a dumb thing. i think you should know better than to light someone's clothing on fire. you should realize it is not
and don't need food prep. support people have been stopping by all day but they need flashlights batteries an first aid kits. >> they have no power, food or water so we are thinking this is our life saving emergency things that we can do. >> my family is from the philippines so i've seen that i got to go help. >> other items that they are desperately looking for include baby food and cash dongs. organizers here want to send up at least 720 pounds of goods first thing on tuesday morning. that's why tea are staying open until midnight tonight. there's a big pile of food with cans, pasta, cleaner, socks. other items they are looking for. they are trying to get these off first thing tomorrow morning. the address is 175, 7th street in. i'll be back with another live report. >> remember to stay for the very latest on the typhoon relief effort. if you would like to help you can find out how on your web site. >>> new tonight at 5 safety drills are taking place this week inside the new tunnel. officials say over the next several days drivers along highway 24 may notice emergency response moving in
here and work our bedrooms. a lot of people have a pile of rubble to fill. i don't have anything. it's gone. i don't know where it went. >>mark: authorities say at least six people and the state have died. the illinois national guard is helping and recovery and cleanup. the national weather service says there may have been as many as 80 tornadoes throughout the midwest yesterday. >>james: it was suppose to ease traffic but the first weekday commute on the fourth bore of the caldecott tunnel might cause delays this morning. the two cars through the hillside are only expected to light in traffic for people on the reserve community that is commute direction. those commuters only used to get one bore to travel. now both directions of highway 24 will have to dedicated bores all the time. caltran spokesperson id morrison says the new bore will slow things down in the short term at least until drivers get used to the new edition. >>: it's a beautiful tunnel. but we don't want people to slow down and admire it too much. >>james: driver should get to use to the way things are now. caltrans wi
they are buying from, and if they don't to do research before buying from the site, and always use a credit card on -line as opposed to a debit card >> pam: happening now. severe weather hitting >> pam: sections of the united states. already more than a dozen people are dead. the potential to make lots of travelers miserable. wrecking thanksgiving plans. >> pam: if you count both air travel and road travel. some estimates say, as many as a third of americans are being affected by the mess. >> pam: catherine heenan reports. >> catherine: it's a messy, stressful and dangerous situation. people trying to get somewhere by car.are running into wet or snowy weather. and triple-a figures that as many as 40 million people will be driving over the thanksgiving holiday. there have been hundreds of accidents. and at least a dozen deaths. >> catherine: in the northeast, snow is pittsburgh, it's a virtual white-out. in the south, steady rain and ice are keeping drivers on edge more than 3-million americans will be flying. as the day wore on.airports were racking up more and more delays and cancellations. >>
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. >> the wars in afghanistan iraq pretty much still going on at least certainly afghanistan and we don't want people to forgot that there's people over there getting killed every day. >> the nearly 4,000 crosses began springing up back in 2006 to honor those who died in iraq and to protest those wars. now the death toll stands at 7,000 and those who maintain this memorial want it to serve as a symbol of the cost of war. >> it is our job to make dam sure that the professional solder is called upon only for the rightest of reasons and as the absolute last option. >> but it not just those who died that were remembered today but those who have returned with physical or scroll kale injuries. >> more combat veterans of iraq and afghanistan have lost their lives at their own hand than actually died in combat. >> that should serve as a reminder this country must do more to provide with the help and services they need. many of those attending have been here since the crosses first went up. it is an annual event both veteran's day and memorial day and something they will continue to do as long as young
to the public is like jimmy carter. i don't lie i'm truthful. and with obama care seems to be a lot of question marks and it seems to be a lot of weasel words danielle activity going on around this rollout which the allies a strong cup commander in chief. the president today trying to turn the page on a bad few weeks for the white house i'm here because i want your companies to know, i want companies around the world purchase offset to know, that i believe there is no better place in the world to do business than united state of america. what he can't ignore -- his approval rating sinking to 42 percent -- an all-time low in the new nbc wall street journal poll. and more than half of americans saying obamacare needs a major overhaul or should be totally eliminated. they'll still be plenty of time for people to register this even as the vice president issued an apology for the disastrous rollout of the healthcare-dot-gov website: we assumed it was up and ready to run. it wasn't and we apologize for that in an interview with cnn's sister network h-l-n, biden also revealed that president obama had
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